If you are disabled in any way which makes reading blogs and surfing the web a challenge, trying to work with what’s available or using special equipment, please let us how you access this blog and how you blog.
A lot of presumptions are made about what works and doesn’t work for accessibility standards and usability in web page design. Let’s cut through the assumptions and get the truth.
What makes a blog hard to read and use? How can bloggers improve their blog’s usability and readability? Are some blogs easier than others? Or do they all have the same problems? If you could ask bloggers to change anything in how they present, code, and write their blogs, what would you change to make your experience better?
If you are disabled and blog, how do you blog which may be different from the non-disabled? Do you use voice recognition software or special equipment? What techniques do you use that could help us better understand how you blog and how that information could help us blog better?
Who is out blogging about disabilities and how to blog with them? Any recommendations on where you go for the help and information you need to figure out all the blog and web stuff? Any good online representatives?
If you want to learn how to blog better, you have to blog for everyone. And that includes the huge community of disabled web users. So, please, share with us how the blogosphere can make your experience better. This isn’t about labeling people, it’s about learning. And we want to learn from those who know better and best.
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